Lecturers at the University of Michigan are being urged by their union leaders to sign a tentative contract reached with administrators following a months-long process called “long and often difficult” by a union bargaining leader. Jim Anderson, chair of the LEO bargaining committee and an English lecturer on the U-M Flint campus, urged the group’s 1,445 non-tenure-track instructors to ratify the contract in an e-mail. “LEO’s economic goal in these negotiations was to avert for its members the kind of setbacks in total compensation being suffered by many workers in our communities,” Anderson wrote. “Our institution is financially healthy. It […]
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